Villa Biscossi Heronry

The Villa Biscossi heronry extends for 72 hectares in a very luxuriant wet grove. The black alder is the dominant essence, as well as elderberries and dogwoods. Gray herons are the first to occupy part of the heronry at the end of January; followed by night herons, little egrets and, in the second half of April, red herons and squacco herons.
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The Cascina Isola heronry is located in Langosco, in a floodplain area of the Sesia river, mainly cultivated with poplar groves and paddy fields that are home to a large colony of herons. Some oak, white poplar and plane trees are preserved there.
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Heronry of Cascina Notizia
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The heronry of Cascina Notizia, near Goido (hamlet of Mede), is a hygrophilous grove of 75 hectares often interrupted by large clearings, dominated by herbaceous species living in a humid environment. Here too there is the ornithofauna typical of the lowland areas, including the little grebe, the coot and the little bittern.